Clean Energy for All Europeans

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As of 12 January 2021, the 22nd edition of the European Energy Transition Conference – the annual appointment of the local players committed to energy transition – will open.   As they do every year, representatives of the public authorities, the economic and academic worlds and the civil society will meet up to debate and share their experience of local energy transition around a programme made up of over a hundred events – plenary sessions and workshops.  
Post date: 15 Dic 2020
Type: Evento

In three online live sessions and with practical online exercises, participants will be trained to apply the free THERMOS energy planning software.  
Post date: 21 Oct 2020
Type: Evento

The European Commission has established a new EU financing mechanism to support renewable energy projects, as foreseen under Article 33 of the Governance Regulation (EU) 2018/1999 of the Clean Energy for all European package. It becomes operational from January 2021.   The main objective is to enable Member States to work more closely together to achieve their individual and collective renewable energy targets, covering gaps that may have been identified.  
Post date: 29 Sep 2020
Type: Publication

The guide focuses on the key EU legislation aimed at transforming and decarbonising the European building stock. This includes an overview of:  
Post date: 2 Sep 2020
Type: Publication

Southeast European countries start from a different point in the transition to the European Green Deal. They face systemic challenges both in their energy markets and in implementing the EU’s energy acquis – issues could be addressed through a more regionally focused approach, argue the authors.  
Post date: 13 Jul 2020
Type: Publication

Aligned with the publication last 8 of July of the EU Strategy for Energy System Integration the European Commission provides a first questions and answers session:   What is energy system integration?  
Post date: 13 Jul 2020
Type: Noticias

As part of the European Green Deal, in order to encourage this smart sector integration, the Commission presented an EU strategy for energy system integration on 8 July 2020.   This strategy aims for a more integrated, smarter energy sector – increasing efficiency, renewables, and cleaner energy sources.  
Post date: 13 Jul 2020
Type: Publication

The constant supply of energy is something we often take for granted. Securing that energy supply is vital. It ensures our homes are heated – or air-conditioned – that we can phone, use lights and computers and that our hospitals, public transport and other essential services, like water distribution, function.   How does the EU contribute to assure energy security to its nearly 500 million citizens? And what happens if the security of that energy supply is threatened?  
Post date: 29 Abr 2020
Type: Noticias

Collectively, buildings in the EU are responsible for 40% of our energy consumption and 36% of greenhouse gas emissions, which mainly stem from construction, usage, renovation and demolition. Improving energy efficiency in buildings therefore has a key role to play in achieving the ambitious goal of carbon-neutrality by 2050, set out in the European Green Deal.  
Post date: 24 Feb 2020
Type: Noticias

On 1 January 2020, the Electricity Regulation EU/2019/943 entered into force. An important part of the new electricity market design, agreed under the Clean energy for all European’s package, the regulation establishes the fundamental principles for an efficient electricity market.  
Post date: 10 Ene 2020
Type: Noticias